Hot Pink Breakfast Smoothie

How to make a delicious pink breakfast smoothie www.greensmoothiegirl.com
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24 Responses to Hot Pink Breakfast Smoothie

  1. Bedeborah says:

    Well, I don’t have the best blender in the world. What else do you suggest I use?

  2. vampirebreeze says:

    Uhoh, excuse me. Thanks for sharing anyhow. 🙂

  3. vampirebreeze says:

    I’d recommend using organic ingredients as Asian (Spanish, Moroccan…the list goes on) produced groceries are treated with pesticides that cause contradicting effects in your body.

  4. Azadari4Evaa says:

    i love your vids 🙂

  5. blackman666ful says:

    Being that I’m striving to be the change that I wish to see in the world I find drinking fruit and vegetable smoothies inappropriate at times when you consider that people who are looking from a distance may not know what it is that I am drinking so they may mistake my health drink for a soda or juice and that is not what I promote.I have nothing to hide so I -from time to time-would prefere to eat my fruits and veggies as is in public.Let kids see the actual fruit,not some concoction in a cup.

  6. shelbycobra78 says:

    I love your hair color here. It looks so natural!

  7. candlecane says:

    @shestudios I love the carrot fibre texture. It makes it feel more foody, like you are eating something more sustaining.

  8. candlecane says:

    Oh wow! I LOVE this smoothie. Funny thing is that I deliberately put your video in the ‘watch later’ playlist because I was afraid to try this- I hate beets. Anyways, this morning I decided I WILL do this whether I liked it or not and liked it I did! This is going in my staple rotation!! It is just delicious. This is just what I have been looking for. Something more foody with just the right hint of sweetness! Thank you so much for sharing this!

    And yes, I absolutely LOVE the hot pink color!

  9. Thewrathofpaul says:

    You need your own show on the cooking channel. America needs more of this and less of Paula Deen’s butter-loaded concoctions

  10. jeremiahrootsr says:

    your frig is awesome

  11. SuperThalberg says:

    I want to go live at her house.

  12. ksmithdesign38 says:

    I’m in Utah. Where do you get the coconuts?

  13. nflati123 says:

    Where can I find your recipes with the full measurements? I went on your site and couldn’t find them. I was looking for this one in particular. Thanks so much!

  14. Lexielush0402 says:

    Can I use just a ordinary coconut?

  15. Th1rt33nthArtist says:

    Hi! I’ve just come across your videos and I have a question I haven’t found the answer to yet. I’m allergic to the strawberry family – so strawberries, raspberries, and blackberries – so I wouldn’t be able to add them. Is there something, some other fruit or green that could replace the benefits I will lose????

  16. lusterwings says:

    @ANDREWRecipesNo ice cream is needed to make smoothies, ice cream is just needed to make milk shakes. :):)

  17. before3340 says:

    Is cocnut oil an okay replacement?

  18. whatevermj says:

    it drives me crazy how she blinks so slowly

  19. footbinder says:

    I am sure this tastes great, but it is really high in sugar. Beets, carrots and other fruit together are all high in sugar. I would be careful with this if I had blood sugar problems.

  20. craigsnotstupid says:

    @GreenSmoothieGirl

    Good for those on Doug Graham’s 80/10/10 diet then too.

  21. hokukoroku says:

    @U2girl
    that sounds good! i plan on making this when i get my Vitamix. i’d have to go far out of my way to find a Thai coconut, so i’ll probably end up using light coconut milk and water in mine. i plan on throwing a few greens in there too.

  22. U2girl says:

    Wow,I just made one and it’s really delicious!! My beets were yellow, and I changed a few items based on what I had, but I added raspberries so it’s still slightly pink.

    I made mine with 1/3 c. light coconut milk (no thai coconut on hand), 1/2 large yellow beet, 2 small carrots, handful of spinach, vanilla extract, 2 large pitted dates, 1/4 c. raw almonds, about 1/2 c. raspberries, and a little bit of extra water.

    It’s really good, I could have one of these every day!!

  23. HeroFlame says:

    did you say cashews? I thought those are bad for you, especially if you’re trying to lose weight?

  24. bgkdiver says:

    That does sound good

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